Just 50 years ago, Algeria turned the darkest page in its history. Half a century later, euronews is back on the trail of the architects of
Tuareg rebels in Mali have declared their own independent state after declaring an end to hostilities
The National Movement for the Liberation of
Senegal has once again just shown that where Africa is concerned, it is a little bit different. It has just held a mostly peaceful and fraud-free
The Nile, one of the world’s longest rivers, irrigates much of Africa, from Uganda to Egypt. It has also been a source of conflict and tension. It
In this week’s Learning World, we are looking at lifelong education: focusing on the huge number of things we have still got to learn long after our
Two months after taking power, Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki faces multiple challenges. His top priorities are to restore security and to solve
Military aircraft on a routine training exercise in Kano (filmed by Idris)
From January to November, Egypt’s revolution has brought the many faces of the country together on the famed Tahrir square.
And women, of all ages
Isabel Marques da Silva, euronews:
Almost 200 world leaders will meet in Durban, South Africa, to discuss the challenge of climate change. The
If we’re lucky, we have memories of our school days and our teachers. Around the world people are working to ensure that everyone has these memories
This week’s Learning World gives three perspectives on the educational gender gap that exists in the developing world.
Second chance for married
Since the death of Colonel Gaddafi, there have been scenes in Tripoli which would have been unthinkable just a few months ago. His Bab al Aziziya
For over a decade, the Democratic Republic of Congo had been ravaged by what many refer to as Africa’s first world war. The fighting was concentrated
Former world marathon record-holder Haile Gebrselassie plans to run at the 2012 Olympics in London after reversing his decision to retire.
Education plays a key role in connecting cultures and fostering tolerance. Our first report takes us to Morocco where a non-profit organisation aims
To find out more on about the possible future of Libya, euronews has been speaking to Mohammed Farhat the representative of Libya’s National
Revolutions can be messy affairs, especially when there is a resort to arms, a regime turns in on itself, and civil war looms.
From Thailand to Cuba, Brazil to Morocco, sex-tourism is lucrative. Websites hawk erotic escapes while authorities in impoverished lands are tempted
Since the beginning of the conflict in Libya, more than 60,000 Libyans have fled to Tunisia. Normally, the island of Djerba, some 300 kms from the
Libya, Ivory Coast, South Sudan, Zimbabwe – recent events in Africa, many of them very violent, have burst onto the international stage. And in
While awaiting trial, President Mubarak is detained in a military hospital, protestors across the road are held back by police (Filmed by Hatem).
The upheaval sweeping the Arab world has generated new hope for the future, but investment will be crucial if demonstrators’ expectations are to be
For more than six decades, UNICEF has been working for the welfare of children around the world, especially in developing countries. This week we
Many think this could be Africa’s century. The continent weathered the global recession relatively well and the IMF predicts faster growth than in
Teaching history holds many challenges for educators, especially among divided communities or those with a troubled past. They must be careful to